Isolation of Kingella kingae from a corneal ulcer.
Kingella kingae was isolated from a corneal ulcer in an 11-month-old male. This organism has been previously reported from normally sterile sites, including sites of endophthalmitis, but this is the first time isolation from the cornea has been reported.
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